Language Professionals’ Networking Event is back in February 2020.
Date: Friday 28th February, 6.30pm onwards
Location: Cote Brasserie, St Pauls. 26 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7DR
Programme and agenda:
➡️ 18.30: Doors open
➡️ 18.40: Welcome
➡️ 18.45: Eva Ruiz: The Language of Love
➡️ 19.15: Q&A
➡️ 19.30: Intro pitches
➡️ 19.45 onwards: Networking, drinks, great conversations
About the talk:
Have you ever thought of the language you have programmed in your subconscious? It’s not about the national language you grew up speaking, but the types of words you use on a regular basis. How is the language you use affecting your life? How is that language affecting the people around you? What are the conversations you have with yourself? Do you have conversations of love? How do you then speak love onto others?
In this talk, Eva will be exploring the power of words and how to become more aware of them. She will show you the link between words and emotions, and how she uses these to help her clients change their narrative around the relationship with themselves, others and life.
About the speaker:
Eva Ruiz is a multilingual writer, speaker and certified NLP life coach. Through her coaching and work, she helps people create the best relationship with themselves and others. An advocate of self-love, she has spent years helping people reconnect with the love within, and feel free to be who they are in any relationship. Spiritual at heart, she speaks of love and ego. She shows you that when you align with the Universe, your reconnect with your higher power: the essence of love that you are.
Her programme, ‘The Laws of Relationships’, has helped many understand the principles of human connections and transform lives through tapping into universal laws that bring acceptance, love and peace.
Eva suffered with depression, self-harming and suicidal thoughts from the age of 17. Many
years later, she realised that no matter how much she loved her children, teaching them how to love themselves wasn’t enough when she was still trying to deal with her own demons. She took the brave decision to get divorced and start being free to be herself, whatever that meant. Her healing teacher taught her some of the greatest principles of self-love, coaching her through the power of language, emotions, vulnerability.
Today, Eva encourages thousands around the world through her podcast ‘Free to Be You’ and her ‘Love Starts With You Project’. A language teacher for over 20 years, Eva is passionate about intercultural studies, which she uses in her work.
Join fellow language professionals on the evening, and join in the lively discussions.
Tickets have now been released.
The talk will be followed by structured networking in the form of 30-second intro pitches: Everyone who’d like to participate will have the chance to introduce themselves in 30 seconds flat.
Why 30 seconds? Isn’t it too short? – No!
✅ It’s the optimum length to grab people’s attention.
✅ It’s powerful and respects everyone’s time.
✅ It’s a way to share your expertise and credentials quickly and effectively with people who don’t know you.
✅ When people approach you after the pitch, you’ll have the chance to explain more to those who would like to find out more about you.
What’s the best format for a 30-second intro pitch?
There are multiple ways to tackle an elevator pitch. There isn’t one single recipe, so experiment and see what works best for you. You might want to kick off with a short (perhaps creative, slightly unusual) intro of what you do, share some of your skills, mention your recent successes, and don’t forget to ask a question if you need help and want to be introduced to someone.
You can do this in 4 powerful sentences, less than 30 seconds. Those who’d like to find out more about you will certainly want to connect with you afterwards and that’s where you’ll have the chance to share more about yourself.
Make sure you bring plenty of business cards so you can exchange contact details.
Each ticket includes a drink and a donation:
When securing a ticket, you’ll also support the pioneering research work of Moorfields Eye Charity, making a difference for patients at Moorfields Eye Hospital and for people with sight problems around the world.
Come along, be part of this initiative, and enjoy an evening with like-minded language professionals.
Can’t make it this time?